A series of reports have touched on Donald Trump's perceived dislike over being the U.S. President and the demands it puts on him. Trump has never come out and said he hates the role he's taken on, but he did admit it was a lot harder than he thought it would be and once believed that being a businessman in the private sector was harder than what any commander-in-chief had to contend with. If he could do so without looking like a failure, would he resign from the presidency?

Report's final paragraph spawns speculations

A new Report by Politico is getting some attention because of one adviser's remark that was printed in the final paragraph.

Considering its context, it's interpreted to mean that Donald Trump secretly wants to resign but in no way will go that route.

One adviser tells Politico that Trump is "cognizant of the comparison to Nixon and "friends said he does not enjoy living in Washington and is strained by the demanding hours of the job." So, why is continuing his job as president amidst the pressures and scandals that are tainting his legacy six months after inauguration? His friends say that he's driven to stick it out because he "doesn’t want to go down in history as a guy who tried and failed." The last thing he wants is to be the second president in history to hand in a resignation.

The passage of the report was also noticed by a few other news outlets and they're reporting that Trump longs to have his old life back that was less stressful than being the leader of the free world.

Will Trump be impeached?

It's a question asked every day -- will Trump be impeached? What with the Russia investigation, his firing of former FBI Director James Comey, and other issues of conflict, the possibility seems very real. There's no shortage of scrutiny in the Trump administration as high-powered lawyers all around Washington are being hired by members of his senior staff over the Russian probe.

Even Vice President Mike Pence and Trump's attorney, Michael Cohen, have retained their own attorneys in the even they need representation.

Trump tweeted that he's under investigation in the scandal, but his lawyer, Jay Sekulow, went on television Sunday to claim that he isn't despite what he writes on Twitter. He struggled to defend the president's position but insisted that Trump himself isn't being investigated.

Do you think that Trump secretly wishes he could resign from office? Some of his actions have shown that he misses his old life when you think about the number of times he's traveled to Mar-a-Lago to get away from the White House after promising on the campaign trail that he had too much work to do in Washington before he'd ever leave for vacation, or presumably be seen on a golf course.